EL PASO — El Paso Water Utilities planned a workshop that would teach residents how to make the most of their rainwater.
On Saturday, Aug. 18, at 10:30 a.m., the workshop at TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center will show attendees how to expand the 48 average rain days into weeks, and even months, EPWU said.
Texas AgriLife Master Gardener Doc Stalker will teach how to properly harvest, store and use our region’s rare rainfall. Rainwater harvesting not only helps conserve water, it can also decrease your water bill and make your plants healthier, EPWU said.
For more information, visit TecH2O.org and click on the events page or call (915) 621-2000.
The TecH2O Center is adjacent to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant at 10751 Montana Ave. in East El Paso. El Pasoans can stay up-to-date on events at the TecH2O Center by texting “EPWater” to 22828.